Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
This post is sponsored by the Plant-Based promotion at Publix. The opinions and text are all mine.
This strawberry smoothie bowl is loaded with salty peanut butter, sweet berries, and riced cauliflower, which makes this smoothie extra thick and creamy. You’d never guess there is a vegetable in the base of this tasty smoothie bowl!
One question I hear all the time is “How do you make your smoothie bowls so thick?” and I’m here to share a secret! Frozen riced cauliflower is a great way to thicken your smoothie, bulk it up, and add extra nutrition to your morning meal! It may sound crazy, but once it’s blended, no one would guess it’s in there!
The other key to a thick smoothie is to use frozen fruit. In this recipe, I used frozen strawberries. If you’re freezing your own strawberries, I recommend slicing them before freezing them. That makes it easier to blend if you don’t have a high-powered blender. If you do have a powerful blender, you can use any frozen strawberries right from the bag! You may need to add an extra splash of almond milk to keep things moving. For more tips, check out my blog post on how to make a super thick smoothie!
It may sound crazy to add cauliflower to your smoothie, but I promise you won’t taste it! I like using Green Giant Riced Veggies Cauliflower because there are no seasonings or added oils so it’s just 100% riced cauliflower. This smoothie bowl also has creamy peanut butter, almond milk, frozen strawberries, and a squeeze of agave nectar. If you don’t have agave, you can use maple syrup or another sweetener instead. I picked up all the ingredients for this smoothie bowl at Publix!
I topped my bowl with Back to Nature Granola, strawberry slices, and coconut shreds. I love the texture of the granola! I used a combination of the peanut butter granola which has big clumps, and the classic granola which is a little easier to sprinkle. The mix was perfect!
Smoothie Bowl Substitution Ideas
- Back to Nature has tons of granola flavors, so you could mix it up with chocolate granola for more sweetness!
- If you don’t have coconut shreds, try slices almonds for a different crunch!
- You can use a combination of frozen raspberries, strawberries, and blueberries for more of a tart mixed berry flavor!
This smoothie bowl is loaded with salty peanut butter, sweet strawberries, and riced cauliflower which makes this smoothie extra thick and creamy. You’d never guess there is a vegetable in the base of this tasty smoothie bowl!
- 1/2 cup Green Giant Riced Veggies Cauliflower, frozen
- 1/2 cup frozen strawberries
- 1/2 cup almond milk
- 2 teaspoons agave or maple syrup (or to taste)
- 1 tablespoon creamy peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon Back to Nature Peanut Butter Granola
- 1 tablespoon Back to Nature Classic Granola
- 3 strawberries, sliced thin
- 1 tablespoons unsweetened coconut flakes
- Add the cauliflower, frozen strawberries, almond milk, and peanut butter in a blender. Blend until smooth.
- If you don’t have a high-powered blender, you may need to add more almond milk.
- Top with desired toppings and enjoy immediately.
Keywords: cauliflower smoothie bowl
I picked up all of the ingredients at Publix and from 2/1-2/14, you can save on select plant-based products at Publix! From Green Giant Riced Veggies to these delicious Back to Nature granolas, Publix has tons of delicious, plant-based ingredients for your next recipe! Visit GettheSavings.com for a full list of savings offers. Or, check out the in-store Extra Savings flyer!
Looking for more smoothie bowl ideas? Check out this list of my favorite smoothie bowl toppings!
What are your favorite smoothie bowl toppings?